Seth Rollins On Extreme Rules Main Event
Someone who got a few Ws but unfortunately one to many Ls last night was Seth Rollins.
He main evented Extreme Rules in 30-minute Iron Man match losing effort to Dolph Ziggler.
The pair turned out for a fast paced match – which is weird to say when it had a 30 minute time limit, but a while bunch of falls happened within the first 10 minutes.
But it will be that number 10 that haunts Rollins and Ziggler.
Because the crowd were, well what can I say… bleep bleep bleep.
They never quite bothered to get into it.
And they counted down the end of every minute on a 30 minute clock as if it was the Royal Rumble or they were a backwards Shinsuke Nakamura from a month ago.
If there was a beach ball I’m sure they would have been batting it around too. Great Wizard Nash would not have been happy.
Seth Rollins was also not happy from the looks of it, as he took to Twitter posting 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
Sad really, people thought it was Roman Reigns main events the crowd didn’t like, turns out it was just main events.
Real Reason Kane Injured
Another bit of news that came out of Extreme Rules is that the Big Red Machine might need to see a big red mechanic.
WWE.Com reported that Kane ‘suffered an injury at the hands of The Bludgeon Brothers’ in a backstage segment ahead of their Smackdown Tag Titles Match.
But that ‘Despite returning to action to help his Team Hell No tag team partner Daniel Bryan, X-rays taken on The Devil’s Favorite Demon later revealed that he has suffered a broken ankle.’
So far so worky.
But PWInsider dug a little deeper and unearthed that fact that Kane was seen in a walking boot earlier at the PPV. So the attack was to ‘cover for the fact that he has an injury to his left foot.’
There’s no word on how long Kane will be out or even if he will be, but you’ve gotta assume some bedrest is in order. Unless he’s going to add the Biggest Boot to his move list.
Bray Wyatt & Matt Hardy Breaking Up?
Somebody else getting the boot, might be Bray Wyatt from the Deleters of Worlds. Segue! I can do that joke now I’m official here.
Woken Matt Hardy, Bray and the Magic Lantern faced Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel’s B Team for the Raw Tag Team Championships.
But actually, it’s a naff result from a crap match in what is an underwhelming feud.
And it looks like it might now also be the death knell for the Woken Warriors.
After some miscues between the mortal vessels of Matt and Bray, Hardy took to Twitter to say: ‘it may be time for US to move on.’
Now this could be him talking to the ghost of Genghis Khan or one of the other personalities knocking around in his bonce.
But it’s more than likely aimed at Bray, my time on the internet has taught me that huge caps on a word means that’s what you’re cross about.
So this suggests the tag team might go their separate ways.
Which is good because I’d love to see Bray get a Wyatt family back together.
It’s the only Kool-Aid I’ll drink… because they don’t sell it in England.